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ERC: Bouffier targets more outings

Bryan Bouffier eager to have as 'busy a year as he possibly can' in 2013
Bryan Bouffier has announced plans to return to the FIA European Rally Championship in 2013.

The French star, who missed out on winning the season-opening International Jännerrallye in Austria last month by half a second in his Peugeot 207 Super 2000, will contest the Citroen Top Driver initiative in the World Rally Championship this season. However, he says he is hoping to be back on ERC duty on the Lotos 70th Rally Poland in September and some other events.

“I would like to do as many ERC rounds as I can because it is a fantastic championship, but I have some good possibilities for Poland in particular,” said Bouffier. “It's a very nice rally and I am keen to be there.

“But I am looking at other possibilities as well. My aim is to have as busy a year as I possibly can.”



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Bryan Bouffier (FRA) Xavier Panseri (FRA), Citroen DS3 WRC
Bryan Bouffier (FRA) Xavier Panseri (FRA), Citroen DS3 WRC
Bryan Bouffier (FRA) Xavier Panseri (FRA), Citroen DS3 WRC
Bryan Bouffier (FRA) Xavier Panseri (FRA), Citroen DS3 WRC

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